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optytrex 02-29-2016 11:48 AM

To Legal or to not legal?
 
Quick suggestion, that may or not have been addressed so just let me know if it has, it might be helpful for many of us: Legality topics

I couldn't find a quick link available to anything regarding the law. I'm not referring to actual legal counsel but, for example:
Many states now have something written into the vehicle code to allow a motorcyclist to disregard a red light that is not changing to green appropriately or maybe some people haven't heard that CA it's legal to lane split.
Who knows? Do you know? Let us know so we can verify: what's the difference between an absolute and a presumed speed limit? Thatís important. Or that law enforcement may only be authorized to use certain equipment to catch speeders?

I don't mean to avoid law or anything like that. But I like my rights and I like to spread the 'good' info. I do enjoy knowing I'm not doing anything wrong on my way to work, home, shop, etc, etc.

"A" 03-16-2016 08:49 AM

Sign before APR 12, 2016

Details about Lane-spliting

optytrex 03-17-2016 06:20 AM

sorry, I don't mean to ask for info, I just meant that if someone has good legal knowledge it should be spread to the rest of the motorcycling community. BTW I signed that back in Feb ;), saw it go through and decided to post this.
EDIT:
lol boy am I a fool, that actually what you're doing isn't it?! Sorry, I was expecting a "sure lets start one!" lol thanks for sharing the info.

TimBucTwo 04-28-2016 09:18 AM

It is legal in all states (USA) for MC's to use HOV lanes. That's one or two up.
For other countries, check your local laws.

optytrex 04-29-2016 08:05 AM

that's good to know, I though it was only here in CA

Ditch 05-25-2016 11:24 AM

Where might there be a list of states that allow it?

optytrex 05-26-2016 10:42 PM

I suppose Google is the best option for finding answers. it'll probly have to be state specific though.
maybe a police station?


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